Browsing Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health by Author "Lin, Dingbo"

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  • Ayella, Allan; Lim, Soyoung; Jiang, Yu; Iwamoto, Takeo; Lin, Dingbo; Tomich, John M.; Wang, Weiqun (2010-12-10)
    Our previous study demonstrated that lignan metabolites enterolactone and enterodiol inhibited colonic cancer cell growth by inducing cell cycle arrest and apoptosis. However, the dietary lignans are naturally present as ...
  • Guo, Xin; Wu, Lei; Wang, Weiqun; Medeiros, Denis M.; Clarke, Stephen; Lucas, Edralin; Smith, Brenda; Chowanadisai, Winyoo; Lin, Dingbo
    Obesity, which is largely due to energy imbalance, has emerged as one of the most serious health issues in the world. The hypothalamus is the most important organ to regulate feeding behavior and energy expenditure through ...
  • Jiang, Yu; Ma, Haitian; Su, Xiaoyu; Chen, Jie; Xu, Jianteng; Standard, Joseph; Lin, Dingbo; Wang, Weiqun (2012-07-24)
    We previously demonstrated that exercise with an iso-caloric diet significantly reduced body weight and skin carcinogenesis in correspondence with lower plasma IGF-1 levels and IGF-1-dependent phospholipid signaling. This ...
  • Yunong, Zhang; Snider, Adam; Willard, Lloyd; Takemoto, Dolores J.; Lin, Dingbo (2010-10-26)
    Spinocerebellar ataxia type 14 (SCA14) is an autosomal, dominant neurodegenerative disorder caused by mutations in PKCγ. The objective of this study was to determine effects of PKCγ H101Y SCA14 mutation on Purkinje cells ...
  • Wu, Lei; Guo, Xin; Wang, Weiqun; Medeiros, Denis M.; Clarke, Stephen L.; Lucas, Edralin A.; Smith, Brenda J.; Lin, Dingbo
    Carotenoids, the carotenes and xanthophylls, are essential components in human nutrition. β, β-carotene-9′, 10′-oxygenase 2 (BCO2), also named as β, β-carotene-9′, 10'-dioxygenase 2 (BCDO2) catalyzes the asymmetrical ...

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